The Lae Snax Tigers remain the season’s top competition leaders.
Despite losing center Jason Tali to SP PNG Hunters, the Tigers remained hard beats.
The Gulf Isapeas, on the other hand, welcomed a new sponsor.
The Crocs were up with disappointing losses so far in this season but they will have to flag up their performances to get past TNA Simbu Lions, Wamp Nga Mt. Hagen Eagles, and Bintangor Goroka Lahanis in the crossover round of the bottom fours this weekend.
The Team remained intact with bold support from the Gulf Provincial government in the likes of the governor himself, Havilah Kavo, as patron.
He has been through thick and thin, with the team as they struggle to secure home ground prior to Lloyd Robson Oval under construction.
Kavo was indeed a proud man on the, on and off field-discipline of the team, while welcoming the new sponsor on board.
Dekenai Construction General Manager, Mark Shephard presented K150, 000, that will contribute towards their travels.
The Crocs simply will try as much as possible to avoid the wooden spoon tag, as they complete the crossover games before heading into top eight round, which obviously they’re hoping for.
Meanwhile, the Lae Snax Tigers look on to the season’s best results as they went on a rampaging spree, dominating the point’s ladder.
The Team got fine combination from Glen Nami former Lahanis captain, Atte Bine Wabo and Sydney Fred, the forward machine that have Tigers on the cusp of victory since the season unfolded.
The Agmark Rabaul Gurias are hungry for a win, while the Hela Wigmen, Enga Provincial Mioks, Mendi Muruks will have to come out fired up from their locker rooms, to make changes on the score board.
It’s not too late for the Reigning Champions POM Vipers, to take the driver’s seat despite sitting in the sixth placing.
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